Paris: Ediciones Hispano-Francesas Libreria Cervantes, 1926. Paperback. 278p., letterpress "en papel de hilo puro lafuma," illustrated with vignette chapter heads in sepia. Softbound in 8.5x6.5 inch continental-style folded wraps, untrimmed edges, features a fine gravure photoportrait tissue-guarded, a good to very good copy: covers and endsheets heavily foxed (textblock just slightly), front hinge faintly weak, bottom edge of the overlapping ("clerical") edges bears dark adhesions from something odd (paint?), and there are two pencilled notes from an aunt living in Havana Cuba, to her nephew. As said, certainly a good copy, almost very good. Castellano (d. 1920) appears to have been winsomely poetic (nature etc) to judge from his chapter titles and to de la Rocha's little panels.